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Getting the TV to act as a PC monitor

I got the screen to work, but audio is not working. it will not play from the buil in speakers nor the speakers i plugged into the input labeled "audio" (located next to the PC=>Monitor input). I don't know what to do. help?

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Do you have the audio cord going from the green speaker output plug on the computer to the audio in plug on the TV?The volume on the TV needs to be up,as well as the little speaker icon in the lower right hand corner of the computer screen.I hope this helps.Thank You very much!
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Posted on Jun 17, 2008

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